Updated 6/1/13: Correction below.
A government panel concluded that medical devices in hospitals are full of viruses.
Wireless devices in hospitals are creating IT bottle-necks as updates and patches for security vulnerabilities are slow to roll out.
Researchers at MIT and University of Massachusetts Amherst have proposed a way to jam foreign signals and thus protect implantable medical devices from denial of service and other potentially lethal attacks.
Resarchers at MIT and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst (UMass) have found a way to shield millions of implantable medical devices from outside compromise.
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